I just want to take this moment to say I made this campaign after discovering really bad racism in Tennessee. But after doing this campaign for about 3 years now it's now about discrimination against anyone. We are all people some of us may be different, but deep down we are all the same. So please help me in this campaign with sending me pictures and do a quick 14 second video.
Thank you all and I hope you have a great Friday
Inadequate, incomplete or even impaired. These are all feelings that every person will experience at some point in their lifetime. Society has shown us that it is a weakness to not be okay, but at what point is this true? People who were no stranger to struggle and constant challenge gave the historically profound evolutions of the world to us. Disabilities are in no way a definition to your being but only the reality of human nature. Awareness allows you to understand the abundance of equality. Let's change the way we look at life. We are all humans. We will all grow; choose how you want to do so. #equality#livingwithdisabilities#fsn223
This gorgeous painting by #gustavklimt is currently on display along with many other incredible works including, #egonschiele and #oskarkokoshka at Galerie St. Etienne for their latest, "The Woman Question" exhibit.
As quoted, "Men tend to define 'femininity' in accordance with their own agenda, and women, likewise influenced by patriarchal surroundings, are often complicit in these efforts." So pertinent to today as only men continue to define the rights and well being of all women according to their own personal agendas.
Find a co-founder bestie who gracefully runs shit at West Point while you run around an increasingly 🤦🏻♀️ Turkey, reporting like a chicken with her head cut off. Hashtag blessed. #BadAss
"El mundo se ha visto privado de alrededor 163 millones de mujeres. Entre ellas, las víctimas de infanticidio, aborto en utero debido al género, el abandono al momento del nacimiento o poco después. En su mayoría estos casos se dan en países como India y Pakistán" Revista Marie Claire México Marzo 2017
Fotos y texto: Fabrice Dimier. #mexico#marieclaire#womensrights#equality#niunamenos#thefutureisfemale#girlpower